- Hei·ha·chi·ro [hey-hah-chee-raw] /ˈheɪ hɑˈtʃi rɔ/, Marquis1847–1934, Japanese admiral.
- Shi·ge·no·ri [shee-ge-naw-ree] /ˈʃi gɛˈnɔ ri/, 1882–1950, Japanese political leader and diplomat.
- Republic of, an independent country in W Africa: formerly a French mandate 1922–46 and trusteeship 1946–60 in E Togoland. 21,830 sq. mi. (56,540 sq. km). Capital: Lomé.
Examples from the Web for togo
Contemporary Examples of togo
CD Global Strategies reported earning $30,000 for the Burkina Faso work and $100,000 for assisting Togo.An African Dictatorship’s Friend in D.C.
Center for Public Integrity
November 20, 2014
Awoonor had driven the friend to Togo only to be accused of abetting the escape of a plotter in an unsuccessful coup.Kofi Awoonor, the Ghanaian Poet Killed in Westgate Mall Attack
September 24, 2013
And people say to me all the time, “I look at your travel schedule; why Togo?”
But Togo happens to hold a rotating seat on the UN Security Council.
The containers were reportedly on their way to China via Spain from Togo, a popular destination for armed gangs to smuggle ivory.African Elephants Will Be Extinct
December 18, 2012
Historical Examples of togo
They could always communicate with Togo's flagship by wireless telegraphy.
Unfortunately it is pitch dark when we pass Admiral Togo's fleet.
In Togo male slaves work in the fields where yams are cultivated.Folkways
William Graham Sumner
The genius of some of these men played a part in Togo's great victory.East of Suez
Frederic Courtland Penfield
Togo,” broke in Cleigh, “bring the avocats and the pineapple.The Pagan Madonna
- a republic in West Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea: became French Togoland (a League of Nations mandate) after the division of German Togoland in 1922; independent since 1960. Official language: French. Religion: animist majority. Currency: franc. Capital: Lomé. Pop: 7 154 237 (2013 est). Area: 56 700 sq km (20 900 sq miles)
- Marquis Heihachiro (ˌheɪhɑːˈtʃiːrəʊ). 1847–1934, Japanese admiral, who commanded the Japanese fleet in the war with Russia (1904–05)